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Super Cute Star Wars Characters by Xander

I'm a huge fan of Star Wars, that's why I became so excited, when I found this guy on DeviantArt. His nick is Xander, and he is a multi talent. First I ran into one of his custom paper toys, but when I had a closer look at his gallery, I dropped my jaw. He designed tons of lovely Star Wars characters with excellent style. In this post You can find most of them, but visit his DA page for the rest. I'm an artist/animator/character designer from New Zealand! In my spare time I paint and make plush toys with my wife Karla. I run an animation studio called Mukpuddy Animation with 3 of my buddies and we make things that make me laugh!! We're currently in production of our cartoon Sparkle Friends!! Blog: http://www.mukpuddy.blogspot.com/ Website: http://xander13.com/ Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/user/mukpuddy Boba Fett Darth Vader Chewie C3PO and R2D2 Wicket Greedo Han Solo Jawas Yoda Emperor Palpatine

Super Stylish Illustrations by Skutterfly

I`m a total vintage freak... from movies, to music, passing through photography, going to illustration! I love it all. Vintage is a great style and when I find artists that do it I just get really happy to see it, and of course, to share it with all of you, and I've found some stylish work! The artist is nicknamed Skutterfly, and unfortunately I don't have any information about him, but he's definitely got some great skills! So I really recommend you to visit his portfolio. You won't regret it... and I really hope you enjoy these! Cheers! ;)

ConceptualArt Case Study

Johannes Aagaard is an 21 old young Danish guy. He is an upcoming Illustrator, with a passion for typography, spectacular words, surrealism and colors. Aagaard have an huge passion for art, both digital, traditional, photography, design and lyric. In this article he shares with us a case study of a the work entitle ConceptualArt. We highly recommend that you check out his website at http://www.kongesuiten.dk/aagaardds I have tried to make some typography again, this piece is my first piece for a long time. Worked with colours, and mixing typography and illustration - just as I like it. "I'm not trying to do conceptual art" - It just happens! Animated Case Study

Spectacular Illustrations of Spider-man

Spectacular Illustrations of Spider-man

We've seen a lot of comics illustrations lately, and one thing that really annoyed me is that we didn't have a post on Spidey... so I thought "what the heck" and just did it! And it's Friday, so I'm guessing you guys just wanna chill out and have some fun. So, I went looking for some pictures of our beloved friendly neighborhood Spider-man and found a bunch of Spectacular ones (no jokes included)! I just had to share these with you guys, because these artists really caught the felling... Spidey is one badass kid that likes to kick but. Sweet! I really hope you guys enjoy these. And don't forget to visit the artists' pages! Cheers. ;) Play this video while you check the illustrations! ;) Marcio Takara Manarama Adonihs diablo2003 diablo2003 Mike Mayhew Lines by Inkthinker, Colors by Silas Luxun Manarama Pencils by David Williams, Colors by Kelsey Shannon Pencils by Pedro Delgado, Colors by Edgar Delgado Matt Herms Javilaparra Adam Hughes Pencils by R. A. Southerland, Colors by Ivy Beth Andie Tong Pencils by Alex Chung, Inks by Rob Ross, Colors by Rob Ruffolo diablo2003 Francis Tsai rob Hough Francis Tsai Francis Tsai

Fantastic Illustrations by Adrian Van Delzel

Adrian Van Delzel is a graphic designer and illustrator from Barcelona, Spain. His work is most vector illustrations with an incredible amount of details and elements. Some characters are simply amazing, especially the Monster ones. Most things are based on vectors in Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop is a faithful friend, but not the center of it all. I always try to find some sort of equilibrium, which counteract my "artistic imbalance" that is present on everything I do... For more information about Adrian's work please visit his website at http://www.adrianvandelzel.com/, you will not regret it. Videos LITTLE HOOLIN from Adrian Van Delzel on Vimeo.

Beautiful Watercolor Illustrations of Super Heroes and Villains

I've probably said it before, but watercolor is definetely one of the greatest techniques of painting there is! It's truly incredible what a good illustration will do with it... so I thought it would be cool to find some watercolor illustrations of Super heroes and villains. And as usual, I started looking for some cool illustrations at DeviantART, and found a whole bunch of sweet, beautiful illustrations, and they're listed below! The colors give each illustration a particular feeling, a single mood for every and each one, and that's exactly what I found fantastic about it. Anyways, I hope you guys enjoy these as much as I did... and please, don't forget to give some love to each artist by visiting their galleries!! There are much more great art at their galleries. Cheers. ;) Doudourock Kameron Gates Brian Shearer Marcelo Di Chiara Chris Stevens taguiar Garry Brown Julia Bax Matthew Fletcher Leinil Francis Yu duss005 Ryan Ottley Lora8 KidNotorious KidNotorious duss005 duss005 duss005 duss005 duss005 Paul Renaud Stephen Arthur Schaffer duss005 duss005 duss005 duss005 mbreitweiser Mike Mayhew Mike Mayhew Mike Mayhew Mike Mayhew Mike Mayhew Mike Mayhew

Really Neat Illustrations by Grzegorz Domaradzki

One thing I love about design is the variety of things one single designer does nowadays. Everyone is multi-task, and also does lots of cool stuff, like this one designer, Grzegorz Domaradzki. His work is pretty amazing. The variety of styles of his work just assures me of how good this guy is... there's no limitation! Everything is inspiration, how some might say. So, for more of his great work, you should all visit his portfolio at Behance. He'll really appreciate it! I hope you all enjoy it. Cheers! ;)

Super Funny Illustrations by Fatheed

Aled Lewis, also known as fatheed, is a graphic design based in London with some very sharp illustration skills. He has quite a few t-shirts printed at Threadless.com and other tee's sites. I love his style and how funny some of the illustrations are, such as the King Kong, Marion, the one of the fake man on the Moon scene. You can check out more of Fatheed's work at his Website, or Flickr Profile, or his Behance Portfolio. Also visit his profile at Threadless.com, it's definitely worth it. I'm a graphic design graduate who does a bit of illustration and I live in London, England. I love to create stuff that makes people think and stuff that makes people laugh and occasionally I manage to create stuff that makes people think and laugh at the same time. Feel free to add me add me as a contact on Behance network and Flickr and if you think you'd like an insight into what I am thinking of buying at the supermarket, follow me on Twitter. Oh, and my avatar name in most instances is 'fatheed', but you can call me Aled.

Fantastic Illustrations by Benjamin Güdel

Benjamin Güdel is a very talented illustrator and comic artist based in Zurich. He has his roots in the underground comic world but he says he became an illustrator in order to earn a living. His dynamic and expressive drawings, which are mostly begun by hand and then finished digitally, can be seen in various Swiss publications such as Weltwoche, Soda and DU as well as gracing posters for the Berlin avant-garde theatre, the Schaubühne." http://www.hotelfox.dk/ "Benjamin Güdel is a freelance illustrator and comic artist based in Zurich, Switzerland. His bump and grind style is reminiscent of pulp fiction covers and cult film posters of the 1950s with a distinct contemporary, politically incorrect edge. Güdel's striking drawings are collected in Blood, Sweat and Tears, a rollicking romp through pop art portraits, pin-ups, pirates and more. Featuring commercial illustrations for clients including Berlin's renowned Schaubuhne Theater, Burton and innovative Swiss magazines "Du" and "soDA" as well as personal projects, this book is an entertaining whirlwind ride through Güdel's work." http://www.gestalten.com For more information Benjamin Güdel: http://www.guedel.biz/

Super Heroes and Villains Alphabet

I think I said it before, but I'll say it once more: I totally love illustration series. There are some really cool series themes out there, and I guess is a little bit of my duty to find them and share its awesomeness with you guys! Today, is the Super Heroes and Villains Alphabet! This guy, Ankles, had the really simple, yet awesome idea to illustrate the alphabet of cool characters, and it turn out to be an awesome series. Here is the complete alphabet, but for more of his amazing work, you should all check his portfolio at DeviantART! You guys will enjoy it! I hope you all like it! Cheers. ;) A - is for Ares B - is for Black Widow C - is for Captain America D - is for Daredevil E - is for Emma Frost F - is for Fury G - is for Green Goblin H - is for Hawkeye I - is for Iron Fist J - is for Jean Grey K - is for Kraven L - is for Lady Mastermind M - is for Mystique N - is for Namor O - is for Odin P - is for Punisher Q - is for Quake R - is for Rogue S - is for Shadowcat T - is for Thor U - is for Union Jack V - is for Vision W - is for Wolverine X - is for X-23 Y - is for Yellowjacket Z - is for Zzzax

Awesome Drawings, Paintings & Graffiti from Mr. Ewokone

Yesterday I was putting together the Daily Inspiration #343 and some images (sent by our reader enrico305) really got my attention. The images were from mr-ewokone.com and were just AWESOME! I liked them so much that I decided to get in touch with Mr Ewokone to ask further info about the site and also to say that we were interested in featuring their work here. So here is a small bio from the artist and a really cool selection from his work. EWOK ONE 5MH born in 1976 and currently resides and paints from his ultra lavish penthouse studio in Downtown Brooklyn, where he relocated to in 1996 (from upstate NY) to attend Pratt Institute, graduating 4 years later with a BFA in Traditional Animation. Today Ewok’s work is most recognized for its distinctly warped character style and colorful play on “fine art” that has been shamelessly mimicked by the commercial art world time and again over the last decade. His original works have been exhibited in galleries (and in the streets) around the U.S., Japan, Indonesia, Canada, Puerto Rico and Mexico. These days he heavily incorporates collage element, gathered on his travels, which he uses in a symbolic manner in relation to his paintwork. I have to say that I just loved Ewok's work! His incredible colors combinations, lines, some exaggerated characters and the overall composition, everything just match, forming an awesome result! Based in all that I recommend you to visit Ewok's website and flickr to see much more cool stuff. And as for the selection, I'm sure you will also like it, so, enjoy!! :) Paper Canvas Letters Artworks at Flickr

Creative and Colorful Artworks from Glennz

Glenn Jones is a graphic designer and illustrator from Auckland, New Zealand. The name GLENNZ mean GLENN from NZ, and is also his username at http://threadless.com where you can find some of his work. Glennz has been working in the design industry for over 16 years focusing on packaging, corporate identity and illustration. After his success designing tees on Threadless he got the opportunity to create his own growing range of tees, that you can check out at glennz.com/. I was browsing around Behance, looking for some inspiration when I bumped into Glennz work and I have to say that his artworks really got my attention. His pieces are very creative, colorful, humorous and cool, so I decided to put this selection together to show you guys. You will find a bit of everything here, from E.T. calling home to a couple falling apart from their wedding cake, so sit back and enjoy the images. Also, don't forget to check it out his Behance profile to see further great artworks. Hope you like the images as much as I did! :) Some of Glennz' Designs on Threadless

Stylish Illustrations of Greeno

Minjae Lee, A.K.A Greno is a very young digital artist from South Korean. Despite his very young age, just 19 years old. Greno's work is mostly handrawn portraits with digital treatment some times. In my opinion he has a great skill and knowlegde about color combinations and an incredible style, mixing different types of elements. Unfortunately I haven't found much information about him, however I highly recommend that you visit his website at / or his deviantart Some Works

The Beautiful Work of Ratinan Thaijareorn

I was surfing the web, more specificaly at Behance when I was very impressed by the work of Ratinan Thaijareorn, aa visual designer from Thailand with a portfolio filled with beautiful illustrations. Do not forget to check out Ratinan's portfolio at Behance, it's definitely worth it "Ratinan Thaijareorn A.K.A."ISE" was born and raised in Bangkok,Thailand. She loves painting as her best friend and also love to draw fashion style female figure. She got her degree in visual communication art & design from Rangsit University. Now she work on illustrate field,freelance and open a clothing shop name Weisschwarz" Some Works

Stunning Illustrations from Christina Ung

Christina Ung was born in Bangkok - Thailand and she was 3 years old she moved to Canada and have never left the country since. At her childhood she used to play with lego and Barbies, toys that got started into the creative world. In 2007 Christina got her BAA Illustration degree at Sheridan College and since, have illustrated several clients. Christina's works already appeared in group exhibitions and have achieved great recognition. I bumped into Christina's work while browsing around Design You Trust. Her pieces really got my attentions by its colors, personality, intensity and style. The retro air at some compositions is just stunning! Her images really get our attention into it... at least I was making a whole scene in my head for all of them! Well, enough said, enjoy the images and visit Christina's website and flickr page for further works and information. I hope you like the illustrations as much as I did!! Enjoy. :)

Univerciudad Illustration Case Study

In this case study we will show how Luis Inciarte a designer from Venezuela created a great illustration that features such characters as The Terminator, The Joker, Tony Montana, Gollum and Dark Vader. Check it out!! Univerciudad Issue #4 - Illustration: This was a commisioned illustration from a new magazine called "UNIVERCIUDAD". The topic was "Don't Die Without Watching... Movies That Have Touched Our Generation". They gave me some famous movie quotes and wanted an illustration based on that topic, they gave me a very general outline of what they wanted and this is what was produced. Inspired by 70's Grindhouse movie posters, black and white figures over a saturated and plain colored background. The characters chosen were The Terminator, The Joker, Tony Montana, Gollum and Darth Vader. I hadn't done any illustrations in about 3 years, so im very proud of this one. Univerciudad at http://www.univerciudad.com.ve. Produced at http://www.intusvisual.com. For more from Luiz visit www.intusvisual.com Final Illustration Case Study

Beautiful Illustrations by Javier Pacheco

I think it's really great when we get to see a set of illustration from the same artist, because we actually don't see that so often. So, I was looking for a print to buy at DeviantART the other day, and found this great spanish artist, Javier Gonzalez Pacheco. Here are some great illustrations of this set featuring little colored squares... really stylish. Also, he's got some sweet sets in his portfolio, and you should really check them out! He'll appreciate it! I hope you enjoy these! Cheers. ;)